Are these for a KING or CAL KING the matching duvet says KING. I NEED BOTH FOR AN EAST COAST KING (76x80L) THANKS
Scroll Embroidery 300 Thread Count Cotton Percale Sheet Set
These deluxe cotton percale sheets offer comfort without skimping on style. Luxurious and attractive, the sheet set features an elasticized fitted sheet for a smooth fit. The classy embroidered details stand out against the solid base.
ITEM#: 13103461A beautiful pinpoint two-line embroidered scroll design adorns these cool and crisp 300 thread count percale weave sheets. These sheets offer you the high quality you would expect in the finest hotels.
- Set includes: Flat sheet, fitted sheet, two pillowcases
- Weave: Percale
- Thread count: 300
- Sheet type: Solid
- Pattern: Embroidered
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 15 inches
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Color options: White, blue, sage, taupe, rose
- Materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Fitted sheet: 54 inches x 75 inches
- Flat sheet: 86 inches x 96 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Fitted sheet: 60 inches x 80 inches
- Flat sheet: 90 inches x 102 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Fitted sheet: 78 inches x 80 inches
- Flat sheet: 108 inches x 102 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 40 inches
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|Model Number||SHS 300 PSL|
|Color||Black Blue Green Pink Tan White|
|Type||Embroidered Percale Solid|
|Pattern||Embroidered Solid Color|
|Set Include||4 Piece|
|Thread Count Range||300 - 399 TC|
|Tags||Chic Classic Comfortable Comfy Quality Silky Smooth Soft Softest Summer Warm|
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I've been looking for smooth, crisp, old-fashioned percale sheets for so long. These are everything I've been wanting. They are just like the ones I remember from my childhood. They almost crackle when you unfold them. They're NOTHING like the flimsy, limpy, hot sateen ones you see everywhere now. A high thread-count does NOT mean crisp. You can buy 1000 thread-count and you get "limp". Percale with a 300 thread-count like these sheets is absolutely perfect. It's a nice, dense, smooth weave with a beautiful crispness. I got the white-on-white color in king-size. The fitted sheet fits a very thick mattress easily. The flat sheet is huge. The pillowcases fit king-size pillows with a generous amount left over to show the pretty design on the end. Wash the sheets and pillowcases by themselves in cold or warm water with a minimum amount of detergent and NO fabric softener. Fabric softener puts a film on the sheets and eventually changes the actual texture of the threads. If your machine has an extra rinse cycle, use it. Dry them on a delicate setting and take them right out as soon as the dryer stops. Better yet, hang them outside in the fresh air for a heavenly smell. I got rid of all of my old sheets and will be ordering additional sets of these beauties.Read More
OK. So when it comes to sheets you have to understand what you are asking for. When I say that I want smooth crisp sheets, I do not necessarily mean soft. I want crackly (not starched), smooth sheets. If you want soft sheets go with a sateen, they are less wrinkle but they come at the price of being limp. Percale sheets are more likely to be crisp and these fit the bill. These are going to be a loud wrinkly mess coming out of the washer and you will need to work on them. I am willing to hang dry and iron my sheets to get the feel that I want. These sheets will not make you happy if you are not OK with that. I have not tried these sheets in the dryer yet, not really sure if I want to. One reviewer said that they were like paper that you have scrunched into a ball and tried to make flat and she was right. That is what I wanted because I am willing to iron them to make them smooth. The result is a sheet that is the crispiest that I have had since my grandma’s house as a kid. If you do not have the time or desire to spend the time on the sheets or you want no wrinkles right out of the dryer, these are not the ones for you. I, however am about to buy two more sets so that I can always have a set ready and waiting. I am so happy to have finally found my dream sheets!Read More
I love crisp cool sheets and they are harder to find. So many sheets are limp and warm no matter the thread count or the cost. For me, these percales are great. Yes, they are crisp,cool and silky smooth. They sound and feel starched and I think they feel fabulous. I run away fast when I hear a sheet described as soft instead of smooth. Dry the flat sheet by itself, the fitted sheet by itself and then the pillowcases. It doesn't take any more time and it cuts down on the wrinkles by not having so much in the dryer at one time. I dry all my sheets this way. I also keep a clean tennis ball in my dryer and that helps with wrinkles also. Take sheets out of the dryer as soon as the cycle is finished. If you have trouble sleeping when you are too warm then these sheets help keep you cooler. I have paid twice as much for percales. These are a good buy>Read More
These sheets are similar to what our mother used to buy in the 60's: crisp, cotton, cool sheets that do not hug your body. My sister and I have been looking for them for years. They are, in my opinion, the perfect cotton sheets. Some of the other reviews say they are noisy however I would not call them noisy, they are just not the sateen style that are super quiet. And they do not mold to your body like sateen does. In fact, that is exactly what I love about them. After the first wash (always wash before sleeping on them), they are simple perfection. As a side bar, these sheets are healthier for you as they easily absorb moisture that you emit during the night where sateen tends to repel moisture. I became a linen fanatic 10 or so years ago so am always on the hunt for the perfect cotton sheets. These are a WINNER!Read More
I had read many of the reviews about this product and can honestly say there was maybe 2 accurate. True: these sheets come out of the dryer unbelievably wrinkled, crinkled and looking like you took a sheet of paper and crunched it up in a ball then tried to flatten it out. These are not percale sheets! I would also state that percale sheets do not have a stretch factor. These sheets actually have a stretch or give like fabric used in stretch trousers. I can't imagine anyone giving these a good review.Read More
The sheets are so crisp and comfy, with the matching duvet cover I feel like Im sleeping in a cloud. Just bought a second set.Read More
In my quest to find a thicker cotton sheet I purchased these based on the reviews. I don't care if they wrinkle as long as they were cool cotton and had some substance. These sheets are PAPER THIN!! I feel like I could rip them in two with minimal effort. They are soft and have not pilled but they are way too thin. I do not recommend these sheets.Read More
I should have read more reviews to realize how wrinkled these sheets get from washing. Putting in dryer just set the wrinkles. I am not one to iron my sheets. If you don't mind ironing, it might work for you, for everyone else it's not a good choice.Read More
I read all the reviews and even the ones which rated the item poorly convinced me that these sheets were a good option. I love crisp, cool sheets which are also lightweight. I dry each sheet separately and remove it from the dryer just before it is completely dry. Wrinkles are never a problem. They are better than I even expected them to be, especially because the cost was reasonable. I came back to buy two more sets for my other beds. I couldn't be happier.Read More
These sheets met my expectations. I didn't expect a purchase from this site to meet my standard of "Excellent" quality (for example, I've found many little threads that clearly came from this sheets, which ideally wouldn't occur); however, they are still "Good" quality (these sheets are by no means falling apart and I can't even see any imperfections). I think the value is excellent for the price I paid, especially since I got free shipping. These are crisp sheets, which is what I understood I would be getting from percale (I'm no expert on sheets though). I do not find them scratchy or otherwise objectionable in any way. I wish they were wrinkle-free, because I refuse to iron my sheets, but they weren't advertised to be wrinkle-free so can't deduct points for that. They really aren't even that bad - I would say pretty standard amount of wrinkling and basically none of the pillowcases. If you put them on right away you can hardly tell, except at the top edge of the flat sheet which you could easily iron in a few seconds if it bothered you. Comes with fitted sheet (fits my 11 inch mattress well), flat sheet, and two pillowcases. Note it does not include the covers for the shams shown in the current picture (at least not in the full size), in case that's misleading to anyone. Classic white color and I got the white detail too as I didn't want it to be too obvious. Very happy with the purchase.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello cmconstruct, this is for a king size. The dimensions of the king size is; fitted sheet: 78 inches X 80 inches, flat sheet: 108 inches X 102 inches, pillow cases: 20 inches X 40 inches. Thanks for shopping with us!
How many ply are these sheets?
Hello vintagestylemom, This sheet set has received excellent reviews! This set is 300 thread count Percale Cotton single ply. I hope this information helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
This used to be a great quality product. I ordered them again after changing my bed size and they are currently crap. Don't bother, they are thin and scratchy.
What color of blue is it? Slate? Sky? Navy?
Hi hhflinn, this has been described as a french blue similar to navy blue. We hope this helps. THanks for shopping with us.
Where are these made?
China -- feel like paper vs. fabric
Label says Made In China--love the way they feel
What type of cotton is used? Pima? Long thread?
Hi mnoctonowens, unfortunately I was unable to obtain this information from the manufacturer. Sorry for the inconvenience have a great day!
Label just says 100% Cotton
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